Cambs


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Cambs

abbreviation for
(Placename) Cambridgeshire
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Address : Including Cambs Hia Shire Hall Castle Hill Cb3 0Ap Cambridge Contact Point(S): For The Attention Of: Mr Jon Collyns
Cambs is the Managing Partner of the Firm's Mass Tort and Class Action practice which includes complex product liability claims, medical and professional malpractice, toxic torts, consumer fraud, wrongful death and catastrophic personal injury.
After a couple of weeks the grandmother and mother of three, who ran the post office in Doddington, Cambs, for 28 years with her husband, died from multiple organ failure.
Details of Huntley's mental state were given by lawyers during a hearing at Peterborough Crown Court in Peterborough, Cambs.
David Church Peterborough, Cambs #By dumping his dying wife in a care home and then illegally marrying his Russian lover, Tony Foley has proved himself to be one of the most despicable men in Britain (Mirror, August 26).
The women's rink of Vi Mitcheson, Inga Gillespie and Jackie Carson stormed to a 25-7 victory in the final over North Cambs to gain the county's first ever success in the event.
The body of Ethiopianborn Rahmona Ahmedin, 23, was found in a blazing car in a layby near Hinxton, Cambs.
Jed Holmes, thought to be in his 50s, was found dead at his home in Peterborough, Cambs, a day before his school was due to be visited by Ofsted inspectors.
The press, thought to be 1,800 years old, was found in a ditch near Stilton, Cambs, by local potter Richard Landy.
Pratt, a buyer for a vegetable packing company, was bailed to his partner's home in March, Cambs, while awaiting his case.
Detective Constable Brian Stevens, 42, of March, Cambs, and Louise Austin, 32, of Chatteris, Cambs, were appearing before Bedford magistrates.
Mr Harper, of Meldreth, Cambs, died almost instantly.